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Dozens injured in West Bank clashes

Clashes between Palestinian residents and Israeli soldiers erupted in the West Bank village of Tamoun south of Jenin, wounding dozens, officials said.

New year sees new gay marriage law in Md.

The new year ushered in Maryland's new law legalizing same-sex marriage.

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1 Afghan killed, 3 hurt in missile firing

One Afghan civilian was killed and three others injured during a missile attack from Pakistan, local officials in Afghanistan's Kunar province said.

Pilgrim convoy bombed in Pakistan; 20 die

At least 20 Shiite pilgrims in Pakistan were killed when an explosives-filled car rammed into a convoy of buses traveling to Iran, officials said.

2013 brings new deaths in Syria

Nearly 40,000 people died in Syria's civil war in 2012, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Tuesday.

Kim calls for N. Korea to build economy

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called for building his country's economic might and resolving tensions with South Korea Tuesday during his New Year's address.

Afghans prepping to take on more security

Afghan forces are prepping to lead in protecting more of the country, in line with assuming full responsibility by the end of 2014, President Hamid Karzai said.

Girl, 4, dies of burns from fire

A 4-year-old Chicago girl injured with her 9-year-old brother in a fire allegedly set by her father in which he and their mother died has died, officials said.

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Obama schedule for Tuesday, Jan. 1

Obama schedule for Tuesday, Jan. 1

U.S. President Barack Obama has no public events scheduled for Tuesday, the White House said.

Iran test fires missiles in Navy drill

Iran successfully test fired two missiles in the fifth day of a naval exercise to test the protection of its maritime borders, an Iranian admiral said.
Report says Israel talks with Syria rebels

Report says Israel talks with Syria rebels

Israel is in secret talks with Syrian rebels to help find the remains of an executed Israeli spy and prepare for an operation, al-Quds al-Arabi reports.

Turkey said to be in talks with PKK

Turkey has embarked on talks with an imprisoned leader of the Kurdistan's Workers Party with the aim of disarming it, a Turkish government adviser said.

Teen killed in London guarding brother

A teenager helping his younger brother try to recover his BlackBerry was killed on the grounds of a London housing project, police said Monday.

U.S. wants Congress to compromise

A clear majority of U.S. adults wants Congress to work with others to get things done and compromise if necessary, a survey indicates.

First gay couples wed in Maryland

Several same-sex couples in Maryland celebrated the arrival of 2013 early Tuesday by marrying immediately after midnight.

Report: Afghan Taliban ex-minister released

Pakistan released Afghan Taliban ex-minister Mullah Nooruddin Turabi from custody following talks with Afghan officials on the peace process, the BBC reported.
McGuinness quits British Parliament

McGuinness quits British Parliament

Martin McGuinness, deputy first minister of Northern Ireland, said Monday he is giving up his seat in the British Parliament -- a seat he has never occupied.
Geithner notifies debt ceiling reached

Geithner notifies debt ceiling reached

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Monday notified Congress the United States has reached its $16.4 trillion debt ceiling.

China plans vigorous anti-corruption fight

China's Communist Party promises to fight official corruption, which has become a major problem in the country, more vigorously in 2013.

Hu stresses reform, peaceful development

China will continue with reform and opening up in 2013 to build a prosperous society, President Hu Jintao said in his New Year's broadcast address.
Japan population to show record decline

Japan population to show record decline

Japan's population in 2012 is estimated to have decreased by 212,000, the largest decline rate on record, the Health Ministry said.
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